My grandfather was selling souvenirs from the Giant's Causeway
in 1912 and my father built our first shop down at the stones in 1947.
It's a magical story and good one to tell the kids while making your way to the Giant's Causeway
The cyclists celebrate arriving at Giant's Causeway
Injury to Mick Kinane meant 53-year-old George Duffield got the Coral-Eclipse call, and the former jockey says: "I actually got offered three rides in the race, which was a nice reflection that people felt I was still riding well, and it wasn't straightforward, as Giant's Causeway
wasn't a definite runner.
Torchbearer Peter Jack holds the Olympic torch aloft on the Giant's Causeway
on the north coast of Ulster
At its heart is the Giant's Causeway
, but it contains much more in the way of outstanding scenery, including dramatic cliffs, stunning beaches and impressive monuments.
One mother said: "I visited the Giant's Causeway
last week with my husband and son and paid pounds 5 to park the car, even though I had read it is free to visit the Causeway.
Comparisons between Giant's Causeway
and Footstepsinthesand were bound to happen - but even O'Brien was fuelling those remarks.
Inspired by the telluric, primordial geology of the famous Giant's Causeway
in the north of Ireland, the three blocks that make up the hotel and apartment complex have craggy, massive facades, suggesting permanence and solidity in a rapidly changing urban environment.
With luxurious four-star accommodation, breakfast, dinner each evening and a day trip to the world-famous Giant's Causeway
included in the price, and the city of Belfast at your fingertips, that's not a bad price
The answers available to Mr Heron were: A The Pennine Way, B The Road to the Isles, C Watling Street or D The Giant's Causeway
It looked a little like McCarron's and Tiznow's gutsy victory over Giant's Causeway
at the Breeders' Cup at Churchill Downs.